I read a reiview on the IMDB that was very harsh of Ms. Sydney, saying that she "kept flubbing her lines" and doing so she,
"takes the viewer out of the experience and reminds you it's just a TV show". I didn't find that to be the case at all!
She does hesitate or seem to stumble every once in a while delivering her lines, but when she does so,
I found it added to the action, because her character is always in a hurry, always just a little flustered with things around her.
The episode is well acted and pretty good.
When it comes to the use of "time", who is worse... the procrastinator who keeps putting off the things that have to be done, or the person who believes in just get it done and rest later?
I am a huge procrastinator, but I think that we procrastinators are the worst!!! And, I know we drive you poor "get 'er done" people to drink!
The situation with the dog was so mean though. WOW!
Excellent hitchcockian style of science fiction.In "time",we may find this concept "timely".(sorry 'bout that)
October 2, 2012 Subject:
Time to Go (Tales of Tomorrow).
Season 1, episode 29.
Original air date: 18 April 152.
An alien race is dying, but Earth can save them- by depositing saved time in their bank.
Cast: Sylvia Sidney (Natalie), Robert Harris (Mr. Tickton), Ed Peck (Michael), Truman Smith (Mr. Harris) and Vera Massey (Virginia).
Good history. Read the papers and think well before signing anythings.